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April 8, 2011 at 10:14 AM

High-school baseball highlights from Thursday

Here’s a look at highlights from Thursday’s high-school baseball games:

Redmond 5, Ballard 4

Down 4-0 through four, the second-ranked Mustangs rallied for the victory. Michael Conforto homered, while Peter Hendron went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI. Ballard’s Oliver Guarino drove in two runs.

Issaquah 10, Garfield 8

The two teams combined for 27 hits, 15 by the Eagles, who were led by Ben Roselini (3-for-4, 2B, 2 RBI), Jake Bakamus (2-for-3, 3B, 2B, 3 runs, RBI) and Brandon Mahovich (2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI). For Garfield, Spencer Scott went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBI, while Sam Kennard was 2-for-3, driving in one and scoring twice.

Bothell 10, Eastlake 0

Brian McAfee struck out nine in five innings and helped himself at the plate by going 3-for-3 with a homer and double, driving in three. Ryan Morgan had a triple, while John Mercer doubled and brought three home. Eastlake’s Nick Kassuba had a double.

Woodinville 6, Skyline 0

Marty Luckenbach fanned 10, scattering four hits (two by Brandon Fischer). Carl Svanevik tripled and Clarke Bader doubled for the Falcons.

Federal Way 9, Curtis 1

Nick Tanielu ripped two doubles, driving in two and scoring twice, and Austin Weber was also 2-for-3 with two RBI.

Snohomish 14, Arlington 6

Colter Henry was 3-for-4, including a home run. Jake Taubenheim also went 3-for-4, driving in three. For Arlington, Austin Taylor finished 2-for-4 with an RBI, while Colten Hordyk doubled, driving in a pair.

Lake Stevens 12, Monroe 0

Matt Sweeney homored and collected three RBI, while Jake Nelson went 2-for-2 with a double and three runs scored.

Mount Si 8, Bellevue 5

Reece Karalus paced the ninth-ranked Wildcats, going 2-for-4 with a home run and four RBI. Max Brown was 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI, while Robb Lane doubled.

Bonney Lake 10, Lakes 0

Nate Potterf fanned nine in six innings, allowing just two hits, and matched those himself by going 2-for-3 with a double. Lakes’ Dillon Gee swiped two bases.

Auburn Mountainview 10, Peninsula 9

The Lions got two hits each from Brice McCulloch (HR, 5 RBI), Shawn Guinn (2 RBI) and Nick Brooks (3B).

Shorewood 6, Glacier Peak 4

The third-ranked Thunderbirds got solo home runs from Max Jacobs (who also singled), Conner McKeever and Trevor Mitsui. For GP, Josh Brewer went 2-for-3, while Tim Peruchini doubled.

Oak Harbor 7, Mountlake Terrace 6

Sam Glavick doubled and drove in a pair for the Wildcats, while the Hawks got two doubles from Keegan Volpone and one from Josh Fitch, who also had a single.

Interlake 9, Liberty 0

Carl Snaring tossed a complete-game one-hitter, striking out 11 and was backed by 13 hits, including two each by Kamana Adriano (HR, 4RBI) and Austin Strothers (2B, 2 RBI).

Chimacum 17, Sequim 0

The Cowboys spread around the offense with five players contributing two hits — Landon Cray (3B), Dylan Brown-Bishop (2B, 2 RBI), Quinn Eldridge (2 RBI), Austin McConnell (3 RBI) and Carter Tjensland (2B, 2 RBI).



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